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errors in exe when accessing external files?

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hey AI3 forum! im just getting started with autoit and im liking every bit of it! though i do have a question id like to ask..

when i compile a script that opens and reads/writes to txt files... it gives me an error when the script attempts to open the external files.

do they have to be saved as .ini files? or another extension? how do i get this working?

-rtrocc

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hey AI3 forum! im just getting started with autoit and im liking every bit of it! though i do have a question id like to ask..

when i compile a script that opens and reads/writes to txt files... it gives me an error when the script attempts to open the external files.

do they have to be saved as .ini files? or another extension? how do i get this working?

-rtrocc

... mmmm ... any more details on the exact error ... script source of the portion giving the error ?

:rolleyes:


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... mmmm ... any more details on the exact error ... script source of the portion giving the error ?

:rolleyes:

well, i dont get an ai3 error, i get a windows error that the app has to close. this is only when i compile the script into .exe . and it happens when the script tries to access a txt file located in the script directory.

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anyone??

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Not enough information. Can't help without knowing what's being done.

:rolleyes:


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